This video (which picks up at about 40 seconds) is by the fascinating Jim Le Fevre,” a BAFTA and British Animation Award winning free-lance film maker mostly working in animation” who experiments with (what he calls a) phonotrope, a camera and a record player. From Jim:
In March 2007 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London we hosted an evening of animation related events which I took as an opportunity to make some more examples of my Phonographantasmascope (which he’s since renamed a phonotrope), an extension of the Zoetrope principle.
It is all live action and works by using the shutter speed of the camera rather than the rather irritating stroboscope methods other 3D Zoetropes use.
The co-curator loved the little guys passing the cube around, as well as the red and white pins “kissing.” Really brilliant. Be sure to check out Jim’s site for more videos.